Paul Boughton

If you would like to make a donation in Paul's memory we have chosen 2 charities, Sue Ryder (hospice) and the Church Mission Society. Before we let you know a little more about each of these charities we just wanted to let you know that on this page you can also share a story or picture, light a candle, and probably do some other things we have yet to discover.

The two charities:

The staff at Sue Ryder provided outstanding care for Paul in the last 7 weeks of his life, and gave us wonderful support as a family, we'd like to thank them.

Paul has been a long standing supporter of CMS, who work with some of the most disadvantaged people in the world. Both St Mary's Fetcham and the United Benefice of St Thomas', St Mary's and St Andrew's support the wonderful work that CMS does. Paul hoped that donations following a funeral might support this Christian mission.

There will also be an opportunity at Paul's Memorial Service on 16th February to make a donation if that is easier for you (with gift aid of course - what Dad would have wanted).

Thank you so much, we really appreciate your generosity,

With love,

Liz Sophie and Alice


N.B. (as Dad would use) this page takes 3.9% of gross donations, the funeral directors have set up another page for us that will take 1.4% total donations - the cheapest they can make it. Here is the link to thatā€¦/donations/

Paul's funeral arrangements

Time and Place

Friday 16th February 2:30 at St Thomas' Church Goring, with a wake at Goring Free Church over the Road.


By train:

St Thomas' is less than a 10 min walk from Goring & Streatley station, a very easy walk in the direction of the village centre.

By car:

If you come by car parking is limited, please try:

The extension of Manor Road (look out for double yellow lines)

Grange Close

The Village car park (off Station Road)

or Thames Road

St Thomas' Church Goring


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